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Kanye West performs at The Meadows Music
Kanye West performs during The Meadows Music & Arts Festival at Citi Field on October 2, 2016 in Queens, New York.
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Kanye West unveiled his new album, YE, during an intimate listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyo., on Thursday night.

YE, which has references to West's struggles with mental health as well as his experiences with the psychedelic drug 2C-B, is West's eighth solo studio album and his first full-length project since 2016’s The Life of Pablo. It consists of seven tracks and features Kid Cudi, Ty Dolla $ign, Frank Ocean, Nicki Minaj and Willow Smith.

According to a tweet from his wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, West shot the album cover for YE on his iPhone on the way to the listening party on June 1.

YE wasn't immediately available to stream online, but it has since been made available on popular apps like Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal. Here's how to listen to it (including how to stream it for free):


All seven tracks, including 'Yikes', 'Ghost Town' and 'All Mine,' are now available to listen to on Spotify.

Apple Music

Ye, which is only 23 minutes in total, is also available to listen to on Apple Music.


YE can also be found on Jay Z's streaming platform Tidal.


West's new album is also available to stream on the Stationhead app.